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Re: [ProgSoc] setuid cgi scripts
[after someone wrote, Patrick fails to mention who]
> }well just tell them that IBM now runs all their domino stuff on
> } apache
> sorry be a brat, but that doesn't make sense....Domino is a
> fully fledged
> web server
You are correct. The quoted remark doesn't make sense. That you don't
know what it refers to suggests that you haven't been reading my posts
to this list...
> so what does "runs their Domino stuff on Apache" mean? :)
IBM's WebSphere E-Commerce product+integration service (you've seen
their adverts all over the place? The ones with the red "e" on the black
background and a 3 or 4 frame animated gif presenting some interesting
scenario) no longer uses Domino as its web server. There may well be a
notes server somewhere in the mix, but the web server in their product
is now Apache.
Next time you find someone suffering the misunderstanding that
open-source software is neccessarily inferior to commercially developed
software, or that it is not ready for prime time, or that it is not
ready for serious commercial use, refer them to Big Blue itself.
Anyone who is not impressed by this has probably still thinks that
digital watches are a pretty good idea.
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